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Posted: 10/10/2012 5:06:12 AM
minnesota was exposed two weeks ago and northwestern was exposed last week. minnesota had time to recover, northwestern did not. minnesota not bad at home, as they are recently either winning as favorites or cover as underdogs in their own stadium. northwestern  i am on minnesota +3.5

syracuse not as bad as some people think. they are the only big east team that played a top 10 team this season. cincinnati, rutgers and louisville are unbeaten but they played by far the easiest schedule of all big east teams. the things are simple in the big east. 3 teams with easiest schedule are 14-0 & two teams with strongest schedule are 4-7. syracuse +7 

vanderbilt already faced three teams that were 5-0 or better at one point this season. they are playing much better at home and shouldnt be an easy out for florida. the gators just played and upset a top 10 team and have two revenge games in next two weeks against unbeaten s.carolina and 5-1 georgia. vanderbilt +8.5
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Posted: 10/10/2012 5:07:34 AM
i see some typos in min/nw game so to avoid any confusion my plays are: min +3.5, syr +7, van +8.5
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Posted: 10/12/2012 7:42:36 AM
situational play-->iowa state +7

kansas and kansas state are 0-19 SU (5-14 ATS) combined after their rivalry game, against any team .750 or better on the season. kansas state is 0-11 SU in this spot.
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